Sue Green

Dr Sue Green

  • Deputy Head of Department for Nursing Science
  • B236,
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Biography

Sue joined the Faculty of Health and Social Sciences in 2018 from the University of Southampton. A Registered Nurse with experience in acute and continuing care environments, Sue has been at the forefront of the development of clinical academic careers for nurses. She held funded clinical academic posts, combining research and clinical work from 2009 to 2018. Sue continues to work clinically as a Nutrition Nurse seconded to Solent NHS Trust. Extensive experience of teaching and learning in higher education enables Sue to work with students undertaking all levels of study, from first year undergraduate to PhD level. Sue’s research programme focuses on aspects of clinical nutrition, particularly nutritional care by nurses. She has a long standing interest in the process of nutritional screening and its effect on nutritional care.

Journal Articles

  • Heelan, M., Prieto, J., Roberts, H., Gallant, N., Barnes, C. and Green, S., 2020. The use of finger foods in care settings: an integrative review. Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics, 33 (2), 187-197.
  • Simkhada, B., Van Teijlingen, E., Naheed, A., Warren, A. and Green, S., 2020. Importance of involving patients and public in health research in Bangladesh and Nepal. International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care.
  • Green, S.M., Townsend, K., Jarrett, N. and Fader, M., 2019. The experiences and support needs of people living at home with an enteral tube: a qualitative interview study. Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics, 32 (5), 646-658.
  • Green, S.M., Townsend, K., Jarrett, N., Westoby, C. and Fader, M., 2019. People with enteral tubes and their carers' views of living with a tube and managing associated problems: A qualitative interview study. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 28 (19-20), 3710-3720.
  • Harris, P.S., Green, S.M. et al., 2019. Barriers and facilitators to screening and treating malnutrition in older adults living in the community: A mixed-methods synthesis. BMC Family Practice, 20 (1).
  • McGarry, J.R., Pope, C. and Green, S.M., 2018. Perioperative nursing: maintaining momentum and staying safe. Journal of Research in Nursing, 23 (8), 727-739.
  • Green, S., 2018. Interview with Sue Green. Br J Community Nurs, 23 (Sup7), S34.
  • Jensen, P.S., Green, S.M., Petersen, J., Andersen, O. and Poulsen, I., 2018. Perceptions and experiences of nutritional care following the overwhelming experience of lower extremity amputation: A qualitative study. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 27 (5-6), e808-e819.
  • Pratt, J. and Green, S., 2017. Removal of percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy tubes in adults using the “cut and push” method: A systematic review. Clinical Nutrition ESPEN, 21, 59-65.
  • Edmunds, C. and Green, S., 2017. What makes a mother wean early? Community Practitioner, 90 (6), 42-44.
  • Holt, I.G.S., Green, S.M. and Nelson, E.A., 2016. Oral nutritional supplements for treating venous leg ulcers. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 2016 (5).
  • Stevens, A.K., Raphael, H. and Green, S.M., 2015. A qualitative study of older people with minimal care needs experiences of their admission to a nursing home with Registered Nurse care. Quality in Ageing and Older Adults, 16 (2), 94-105.
  • Dinenage, S., Gower, M., Van Wyk, J., Blamey, A., Ashbolt, K., Sutcliffe, M. and Green, S.M., 2015. Development and evaluation of a home enteral nutrition team. Nutrients, 7 (3), 1607-1617.
  • Green, S.M., James, E.P., Latter, S., Sutcliffe, M. and Fader, M.J., 2014. Barriers and facilitators to screening for malnutrition by community nurses: A qualitative study. Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics, 27 (1), 88-95.
  • Wells, M.J., Jamieson, K., Markham, T.C.W., Green, S.M. and Fader, M.J., 2014. The effect of caffeinated versus decaffeinated drinks on overactive bladder. Journal of Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nursing, 41 (4), 371-378.
  • Westwood, G., Fader, M., Roberts, L., Green, S., Prieto, J. and Bayliss-Pratt, L., 2013. Clinical leaders. Clinical academics can transform care. The Health Service Journal, 123 (6368), 28-29.
  • Green, S.M. and James, E.P., 2013. Barriers and facilitators to undertaking nutritional screening of patients: A systematic review. Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics, 26 (3), 211-221.
  • Green, S., Dinenage, S., Gower, M. and Van Wyk, J., 2013. Home enteral nutrition: Organisation of services. Nursing Older People, 25 (4), 14-18.
  • Green, S.M., Martin, H.J., Roberts, H.C. and Sayer, A.A., 2011. A systematic review of the use of volunteers to improve mealtime care of adult patients or residents in institutional settings. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 20 (13-14), 1810-1823.
  • Green, S. and Wigley, W., 2007. Approaches to tackling obesity in children. Gastrointestinal Nursing, 5 (6), 14-19.
  • Green, S.M., Weaver, M., Voegeli, D., Fitzsimmons, D., Knowles, J., Harrison, M. and Shephard, K., 2006. The development and evaluation of the use of a virtual learning environment (Blackboard 5) to support the learning of pre-qualifying nursing students undertaking a human anatomy and physiology module. Nurse Education Today, 26 (5), 388-395.
  • Green, S.M. and Watson, R., 2006. Nutritional screening and assessment tools for older adults: Literature review. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 54 (4), 477-490.
  • Watson, R. and Green, S.M., 2006. Feeding and dementia: A systematic literature review. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 54 (1), 86-93.
  • Green, S.M., 2005. Commentary on Pedersen PU (2005) Nutritional care: The effectiveness of actively involving elder patients. Journal of Clinical Nursing 14, 247-255. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 14 (8 A), 1034-1035.
  • Green, S.M. and Watson, R., 2005. Nutritional screening and assessment tools for use by nurses: Literature review. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 50 (1), 69-83.
  • Green, S., 2003. Nutrition. A health promotion approach, 2nd edition. NURSE EDUCATION TODAY, 23 (4), 315.
  • Green, S.M., Voegeli, D., Harrison, M., Phillips, J., Knowles, J., Weaver, M. and Shephard, K., 2003. Evaluating the use of streaming video to support student learning in a first-year life sciences course for student nurses. Nurse Education Today, 23 (4), 255-261.
  • Green, S.M., 2002. Nutrition in clinical practice. JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING, 40 (3), 371.
  • Green, S. and McDougall, T., 2002. Screening and assessing the nutritional status of older people. Nurs Older People, 14 (6), 31-32.
  • Green, S. and O'Kane, M., 2002. Learning to support practice: management of obesity in adults. Practice Nurse, 23 (2), 36-46.
  • Green, S., 2002. Appetite and the older person. Journal of Community Nursing, 16 (2), 10-13.
  • Green, S. and Jackson, P., 2002. Nutrition and nurse education. Nursing times, 98 (34), 59.
  • Green, S. and McDougall, T., 2002. Screening and assessing the nutritional status of older people. Nursing older people, 14 (6), 31-32.
  • Green, S. and O'Kane, M., 2001. Obesity. Practice Nursing, 20-24.
  • Green, S., 2001. Health psychology: A textbook, 2nd edition. JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING, 33 (5), 696.
  • Green, S.M. and McDougall, T., 2001. Assessing dietary intake in older people. Nursing older people, 13 (6), 27-28.
  • Watson, R., Green, S.M. and Legg, L., 2001. The Edinburgh Feeding Evaluation in Dementia Scale #2 (EdFED #2): Convergent and discriminant validity. Clinical Effectiveness in Nursing, 5 (1), 44-46.
  • Green, S.M., McCoubrie, M. and Cullingham, C., 2000. Practice nurses' and health visitors' knowledge of obesity assessment and management. Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics, 13 (6), 413-423.
  • Green, S., 2000. Oral dietary supplements. Journal of Community Nursing, 14 (3).
  • Green, S., 2000. Invited commentary. Clinical Effectiveness in Nursing. Clinical Effectiveness In Nursing, 4, 205-212.
  • Green, S.M., Wales, J.K., Lawton, C.L. and Blundell, J.E., 2000. Comparison of high-fat and high-carbohydrate foods in a meal or snack on short-term fat and energy intakes in obese women. British Journal of Nutrition, 84 (4), 521-530.
  • Chu, L., Eberhardie, C., Forte, D., Green, S., Jadva-Patel, H., McLaren, S., Nathan, D. and Rush, S., 1999. An audit of measuring equipment in elderly care. Professional nurse (London, England), 14 (7), 463-466.
  • Green, S.M., Winterberg, H., Franks, P.J., Moffatt, C.J., Eberhardie, C. and McLaren, S., 1999. Nutritional intake in community patients with pressure ulcers. Journal of wound care, 8 (7), 325-330.
  • Green, S. and McLaren, S., 1998. Nutritional assessment and screening: instrument selection. British journal of community nursing, 3, 233-242.
  • Green, S. and Passway, T.J., 1998. Management of obesity in the primary care setting. British Journal of Community Nursing 3, 244-249. British journal of community nursing, 3, 244-249.
  • Green, S.M. and Gillett, A., 1998. Caring for patients with morbid obesity in hospital. British journal of nursing (Mark Allen Publishing), 7 (13), 785-792.
  • McLaren, S. and Green, S., 1998. Nutritional screening and assessment. Nursing standard (Royal College of Nursing (Great Britain) : 1987), 12 (48), 26-29.
  • Green, S. and McLaren, S., 1998. Nutrition and wound healing. Community nurse, 4 (7), 29-32.
  • McLaren, S. and Green, S., 1998. Nutritional screening and assessment. Professional nurse (London, England), 13 (6 Suppl).
  • Green, S.M., 1997. Obesity: prevalence, causes, health risks and treatment. British journal of nursing (Mark Allen Publishing), 6 (20), 1181-1185.
  • Green, S.M., Delargy, H.J., Joanes, D. and Blundell, J.E., 1997. A satiety quotient: A formulation to assess the satiating effect of food. Appetite, 29 (3), 291-304.
  • Green, S.M. and Blundell, J.E., 1996. Subjective and objective indices of the satiating effect of foods. Can people predict how filling a food will be? European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 50 (12), 798-806.
  • Blundell, J.E. and Green, S.M., 1996. Effect of sucrose and sweeteners on appetite and energy intake. International Journal of Obesity, 20 (Suppl. 2), S12-S17.
  • Green, S.M. and Blundell, J.E., 1996. Effect of fat- and sucrose-containing foods on the size of eating episodes and energy intake in lean dietary restrained and unrestrained females: Potential for causing overconsumption. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 50 (9), 625-635.
  • Green, S.M. and Burley, V.J., 1996. The effects of snacking on energy intake and body weight. Nutrition Bulletin, 21 (2), 103-108.
  • Green, S.M. and Blundell, J.E., 1995. Relationship between the perceived fillingness and actual intake of snack foods. Appetite, 24 (3), 278.
  • Blundell, J.E., Cotton, J.R., Delargy, H., Green, S., Greenough, A., King, N.A. and Lawton, C.L., 1995. The fat paradox: Fat-induced satiety signals versus high fat overconsumption. International Journal of Obesity, 19 (11), 832-835.
  • Blundell, J.E. and Green, S., 1995. Nutrition and appetite control: Implications for the regulation of body weight. International Journal of Risk and Safety in Medicine, 7 (2), 135-145.
  • Green, S.M., Burley, V.J. and Blundell, J.E., 1994. Effect of fat- and sucrose-containing foods on the size of eating episodes and energy intake in lean males: Potential for causing overconsumption. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 48 (8), 547-555.

Chapters

  • Green, S., 2019. Nutrition and health. In: Peate, I., ed. Alexander's Nursing Practice Hospital and Home. Elsevier Ltd, 541-560.
  • Green, S.M., 2018. Nutritional screening. In: Hickson, M., Smith, S. and Whelan, K., eds. Advanced Nutrition and Dietetics in Nutrition Support. New York: John Wiley and Sons Ltd, 45-49.
  • Green, S., 2012. Managing nutrition. In: Bullock, I., Macleod Clark, J. and Rycroft-Malone, J., eds. Adult Nursing Practice: Using Evidence in Care. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 414-429.
  • Green, S., 2011. Nutrition and health. In: Brooker, C., Nicol, M. and Alexander, M.F., eds. Alexander's Nursing Practice. Oxford: Churchill Livingstone, 595-615.
  • Green, S., 2011. Eating and drinking. In: Hogston, R. and Marjoram, B., eds. Foundations of Nursing Practice Themes, Concepts and Frameworks. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 137-161.
  • Green, S., 2009. Principles of nutrition. In: Childs, L., Coles, L. and Marjoram, B., eds. Essential Skills Clusters for Nurses Theory for Practice. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, 165-184.
  • Green, S., 2008. Alimentación y líquidos. In: Hogston, R. and Marjoram, B., eds. Fundamentos de la prártica de enfermeria. Mexico: McGraw-Hill.
  • Green, S. and Simpson, P., 2007. Eating and drinking. In: Hogston, R. and Marjoram, B., eds. Foundations of Nursing Practice: Leading the Way. Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan, 121-193.
  • Green, S. and Jackson, P.A., 2006. Nutrition. In: Alexander, M., Fawcett, J. and Runciman, P.J., eds. Nursing Practice Hospital and Home : the Adult. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone, 787-812.
  • Green, S. and McDougall, T., 2005. Nutritional status. In: Heath, H. and Watson, R., eds. Older People Assessment for Health & Social Care. London: Age Concern, 342-352.
  • Green, S. and McLaren, S., 2001. Nutritional factors in the aetiology, development and healing of pressure ulcers. In: Morison, M.J. and van Rijswijk, L., eds. The Prevention and Treatment of Pressure Ulcers. Mosby Incorporated, 195-215.
  • Green, S., Winterberg, H., Franks, P.J., Moffatt, C.J., Eberhardie, C. and McLaren, S., 1998. Dietary intake of adults, with and without pressure sores, receiving community nursing services. In: Leaper, D., Dealey, C. and Hofman, D., eds. Proceedings of the 7th European Conference on Advances in Wound Management. London, UK: Emap Healthcare Ltd.
  • Green, S., Holmes, S., McLaren, S. and Bond, S., 1997. An overview of nutritional issues relating to the care of older people in hospital. Eating matters a resource for improving dietary care in hospitals. University of Newcastle upon Tyne: The Centre for Health Services Research.
  • Blundell, J.B. and Green, S., 1996. Properties of foods and appetite control: Implications for food choice and body weight gain. In: Worsley, A., ed. Multidisciplinary approaches to food choice. Adelaide: Food Choice Conference.
  • Green, S., Blundell, J.B. and Burley, V.J., 1994. Comparison of the effect of sucrose and fat-containing foods on the control of appetite. In: Ditschuneit, H., Gries, F.A., Hauner, H., Schusdziarra, V. and Wechsler, J.G., eds. Obesity in Europe 93. London: John Libbey and Company Ltd, 337-342.

Conferences

  • Green, S., 2019. Living with an enteral tube. In: Solent NHS Trust Annual Conference 2019 11 July 2019 Hilton at the Ageas Bowl, Southampton.
  • Westoby, C.B., Cummings, J.R.F., Parsons, E.L. and Green, S., 2019. A pilot study investigating the use of handgrip strength as a nutritional assessment tool in adults with inflammatory bowel disease. In: British Association of Enteral and Parenteral Nutrition 20-21 November 2018 Harrogate Convention Centre. Clinical Nutrition ESPEN, 29, 262.
  • Gallant, N.R., Green, S., Schoonhoven, L. and Collier, L., 2018. Improving meal times for people with dementia in acute hospitals: a mixed methods study. In: Alzheimer’s Association International Conference 21-26 July 2018 Chicago, USA. Alzheimer's and Dementia: The Journal of the Alzheimer's Association, 14 (7), P1643.
  • Walters, E.R., Green, S. and Bartlett, R., 2018. Carer experience of appetite changes in people living with dementia at home. In: 21st European Nutrition and Dietetics Conference 11-13 June 2018 Dublin, Ireland. Journal of Nutrition and Food Sciences, 9 (3), 47.
  • Baker-Moffatt, M., Green, S. and Wilks, S.A., 2015. SUN-PP262: Nasogastric Tube Blockage: Does Bacteria Play a Role? In: 37th ESPEN Congress 5-8 September 2015 Lisbon, Portugal. Clinical Nutrition Supplements, 34 (1), S120-S121 Elsevier BV.
  • Baker-Moffatt, M., Wilks, S. and Green, S., 2015. PWE-223 Investigating biofilm formation in the lumen of sterile nasogastric tubes. In: 2nd Digestive Disorders Federation Conference 22-25 June 2015 London, UK. Gut, 64 (1), A310 BMJ.
  • Green, S., Martin, H.J., Roberts, H.C. and Aihie Sayer, A., 2009. Can the use of volunteers improve mealtime care of adult patients or residents? A comprehensive literature review. In: British Geriatrics Society Spring Scientific Meeting 1-3 April 2009 Bournemouth, UK. Age and Ageing, 38 (3), iii22 OUP.
  • Green, S., 1997. Risk factors for overeating: Dex-fenfluramine suppresses the intake of sweet high fat or high carbohydrate foods in obese women. In: 8th European Congress on Obesity 18-21 June 1997 Dublin, Ireland. International Journal of Obesity Supplements, 21 (2), S64 Springer Nature [academic journals on nature.com].
  • Green, S. and Blundell, J., 1995. Comparison of the perceived fillingness and actual intake of snack foods. In: 6th European Congress on Obesity 31 May-3 June 1995 Copenhagen, Denmark. International Journal of Obesity Supplement, 18 (2), 28 Springer Nature.
  • Green, S. and Blundell, J., 1995. Relationship between the perceived fillingness and actual intake of snack foods. In: 4th Conference on Food Choice 24-26 April 1995 Birmingham, UK. Appetite, 24 (3), 278 Elsevier.
  • Green, S. and Blundell, J.B., 1995. Capacity of high sucrose and high fat foods to satisfy hunger in lean dietary unrestrained and restrained females. In: 6th European Congress on Obesity 31 May-3 June 1995 Copenhagen, Denmark. International Journal of Obesity Supplements, 19 (2), S70 Springer Nature.
  • Blundell, J., Burley, V.J., Cotton, J.R., Delargy, H.J., Green, S., Greenough, A., King, N.A. and Lawton, C.J., 1994. The fat paradox: Fat-induced satiety signals but overconsumption on high fat foods. In: 7th International Congress on Obesity 20-25 August 1994 Toronto, Canada. International Journal of Obesity Supplements, 18 (2), 9 Springer Nature [academic journals on nature.com].
  • Green, S. and Blundell, J.B., 1994. Potential of foods to cause overconsumption: Comparison of high sucrose and high fat foods on meal size and daily energy intake. In: 7th International Congress on Obesity 20-25 August 1994 Toronto, Canada. , 1.
  • Blundell, J.E., Green, S. and Burley, V., 1994. Carbohydrates and human appetite. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 59 (3 SUPPL.).
  • Green, S., Burley, V.J. and Blundell, J.B., 1993. Evaluation of the contribution of sucrose-containing foods to the control of appetite. Comparison of the capacity of sucrose and fat to satisfy hunger. In: 5th European Congress on Obesity 10-12 June 1993 Ulm, Germany. International Journal of Obesity Supplements, 17 (2), 63 Springer Nature.

Internet Publications

Films

Posters

  • Baker-Moffatt, M., Green, S. and Wilkes, S.A., 2015. Nasogastric tube blockage: does bacteria play a role? In: 37th ESPEN Congress.

Others

  • Wessex Academic Health Science Network, 2020. Older People’s Essential Nutrition (OPEN) Toolkit. Wessex Academic Health Science Network. Published online.
  • Winnard, C., Green, S., Baylay, A., Fader, M., Johnson, M., Keevil, C. and Wilks, S., 2020. Uncovering microbial populations in the lumen of neonatal enteral feeding tubes utilising 16s rRNA sequencing. bioRxiv 2020.03.02.972703. Published online.
  • Green, S., 2019. Living with an enteral tube. Dorset: Patients on Intravenous and Naso-gastric Nutrition Treatment (PINNT). Published.

Grants

  • STREAM - Screen and TREAt for Malnutrition (NIHR Programme Grant for Applied Research, 01 Jan 2017). In Progress
  • Hospital admission of people receiving enteral tube feeding at home: prevalence, risk factors and exploration of interventions which promote management at home. (Health Education England (HEE) and National Institute for Health Research Integrated Clinical Academic Programme, 01 Jan 2014). Completed

External Responsibilities

  • University of Southampton, Visiting Fellow at the University of Southampton (2018-2020)

Conference Presentations

  • 16th UK Society for Behavioural Medicine Annual Scientific Meeting 2021, Enhancing patient-professional discussion of malnutrition risk in a screen and treat intervention for older adults delivered in primary care., 13 Jan 2020

Honours

  • Finalist for the Nutrition Nurse of the Year category (British Journal of Nursing Awards, 2021)